Wednesday, 10 August 2011

ZAMBIA'S NACL ACQUIRES GROUND HANDLING EQUIPMENT WORTH 4.9BILLION KWACHA FROM BELGIUM

THE NATIONAL AIRPORTS CORPORATION LIMITED (NACL) HAS ACQUIRED  GROUND HANDLING EQUIPMENT WORTH 4.9BILLION KWACHA FROM BELGIUM.
NACL MANAGING DIRECTOR ROBINSON MISITALA CONFIRMED THE PURCHASE OF THE EQUIPMENT TODAY WHICH IS EXPECTED TO ARRIVE IN THE COUNTRY BY THIS MONTH END.
MR MISITALA SAYS HIS ORGANISATION  DECIDED TO BUY THE EQUIPMENT  TO REPOSITION ITSELF AS A GROUND HANDLER OF CHOICE IN ZAMBIA AND BE ABLE TO MEET THE CURRENT AND ANTICIPATE FUTURE BUSINESS DEMANDS.
THE EQUIPMENT INCLUDE ANOTHER HIGH LOADER, CONVEYOR BELT LOADERS, TOWABLE TOILET CARTS AND A TOW BARLESS AIRCRAFT PUSH BACK TRACTOR.
MR MISITALA  SAYS NATIONAL AIRPORTS COOPERATION LIMITED  HAS ALSO IMPLEMENTED THE COMMON USE TERMINAL SYSTEM TO EXPEDITE CHECK-IN FORMALITIES AT LUSAKA AND LIVINGSTONE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS AS WELL.
THIS IS ACCORDING TO A PRESS STATEMENT MADE AVAILABLE TO RADIO PHOENIX BY NATIONAL AIRPORTS CORPORATIONS’ LIMITED PUBLIC RELATIONS MANAGER GEOFFREY CHIPOLYONGA.
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